In his latest weekly column, Sky Sports News reporter Kaveh Solhekol expresses his views on Jadon Sancho’s next club, Moussa Dembele’s future, what happened to Manchester City and other issues …
Jadon Sancho – my money’s on Anfield
It’s hard to say where Jadon Sancho will play next season because so many clubs want him, but if I were a betting man my money would be in Liverpool.
Sancho is one of Jurgen Klopp’s main summer goals and would find it difficult to turn down an Anfield move if Liverpool ended up winning the Champions League and Premier League this season.
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Manchester United are confident they can get Sancho in the summer, but must qualify for the Champions League first and don’t have the Klopp factor.
If he moved to Liverpool, Sancho would join a team that will likely dominate English football for the foreseeable future.
Sancho will decide where he will play next at the end of this season. Borussia Dortmund will let him go for £ 120 million.
Bayern Munich would like to keep it in the Bundesliga, but it is more likely that they will play for a German coach rather than a German club next season.
Dembele’s dream about Manchester United
Manchester United will sign a striker in the summer and Lyon’s Moussa Dembele wants to move to Old Trafford.
Dembele will be allowed to leave Lyon at the end of the season and wants to return to England where he began his career at Fulham.
Dembele has scored 13 times this season and injuries to key players have meant that Lyon were unwilling to let him leave in January.
They also wanted to keep him because they are still in the Champions League and will face Juventus next Thursday (AEDT).
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Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas will let Dembele leave in the summer, but will have to settle for a asking price of less than € 100 million (£ 83 million, $ 160 million).
Chelsea tried to sign Dembele last month and was willing to pay up to £ 40 million and was also seen from Manchester City, Newcastle and West Ham.
Tottenham tried to sign him when he was at Celtic and they are looking for a striker in the summer.
Dembele keeps his options open, but playing for a Manchester United team that has qualified for the Champions League would be a dream move.
This article was originally published by Sky Sports and reproduced with permission.